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The best trained professionals in the country
First state association to standardize practices
On the cutting edge of polygraph research
The Futureof Credibility Assessment is Us

New Jersey Polygraph Association

The Mission of the New Jersey Polygraph Association is:

To improve the polygraph profession by bringing together examiners from across the state, 

and through training and education learn the most scientifically accurate and reliable ways to administer polygraph examinations

so that all state examiners are using the same, research supported methodologies and best practices,

thereby providing the public with the best polygraph service possible.

The 2021 NJPA seminar will be held September 27-29, 2021 at the Tropicana Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City.  

Speakers will be researcher and polygraph expert Charles Honts and former government polygraph instructor Milton "Skip" Webb. 

This year's theme will be Best Practices. 

Registration fee is $350 for non-members and $250 for members.

Hotel rooms are $75 per night, booked directly with the Trop.

Please be sure to mention you are with the polygraph seminar when you book. 

Breakfast, lunch and snacks are included in your registration. 

For more information email the seminar chair at:   CALLMPS@AOL.COM

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What is the

New Jersey Polygraph Association?

NJPA is the premier state polygraph association in the United States.

NJPA was formed in 1964 by the late Richard Arther.

NJPA members work in state, county and local police agencies, the public defender's office, the state parole board and private examiners, coming from New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. 

NJPA is recognized by the American Polygraph Association as an officially sanctioned state association. 

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